New 2017 Porsche Sedan Prices

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A second generation Porsche Panamera arrives in full force for the 2017 model year. A longer and wider version of the four-door coupe introduced in 2009, the new Panamera also comes with additional base power thanks to a 330-horsepower turbocharged V-6 engine. Similar to the previous examples of the car, the 2017 Porsche Panamera is available as an all-wheel drive, E-Hybrid and a high-performance turbocharged model that now produce 550 horsepower. While the Boxster and the Cayman have shared a platform and mechanicals for a decade, Porsche formally communicates the relationship between the two vehicles in 2017. Starting this year, the convertible roadster and entry-level sport coupe is grouped under the Porsche 718 banner. The new naming is also accompanied by a more athletic design and the introduction of a turbocharged four-cylinder engine generating 300 horsepower with the base trim models. Part of an expanding Porsche Macan lineup in 2017, the compact premium crossover adds a new 252-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder base engine as well as a 360-horsepower Macan GTS equipped with Porsche Active Suspension Management. Still Porsche's top sports car, the 911 lineup is now led into 2017 by a more robust high performance model. A 540-horsepower 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo and a 580-horsepower Turbo S are faster and sleeker than the previous incarnation of the car.

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